Some experts believe that every disease is reflected in the overall changes of the organism. Sometimes you can help yourself because you can see the symptoms of the disease in your reflection in the mirror.
When the skin starts to peel, dry out (for unknown reasons) or itch, it is lichen. In rare cases, these symptoms may indicate liver problems. When you notice that the skin has changed color (orange or yellow hue) it may be an excessive intake of jrana containing Beta-carotene. Yellow skin can be a signal of liver problems or disease (jaundice). When the skin suddenly becomes impure, it is possible that it is a stomach problem, cysts on the ovary or inflammation of the bladder. The signal of dehydration and lack of water in the body is a tired and ashy skin color.
The appearance of early gray hair is a sign of vitamin B12 deficiency. B12 is among others responsible for healthy hair growth and pigmentation. Lack of intake of some minerals signals a surprisingly weakened hair when the hair becomes thin. This problem affects postmenopausal women or pre-menopausal women.
The thyroid gland produces a hormone necessary for hair growth. Decreased thyroid activity signals drooping or thinning eyebrows. Symptoms of this problem are dry skin, weight loss and a constant feeling of tiredness.
Redness or more prominent capillaries on the whites indicate irritation or infection of the eye. Throw all cosmetics older than 6 months in the trash. Dark circles can signal anemia. Pale eyelids that have lost their pink color also signal anemia. The pale appearance of the skin occurs because the body lacks red blood cells. Eye vibration indicates a cold of the optic nerve or eye muscle.
Bleeding from the gums occurs due to poor oral hygiene and various inflammatory processes. Poor diet, excessive alcohol intake and a polluted environment affect gum changes. Bleeding gums can be a sign of pregnancy because hormonal changes soften the gums. In rare cases, bleeding gums can be a sign of leukemia or a disease that affects blood clotting.
Cracked and dry lips are sometimes caused by anemia due to a lack of iron in the blood. It can also be a warning sign of diabetes along with other symptoms (weight loss, frequent urination). Pale lips are a signal of iron deficiency in the blood. They can also indicate heart or lung problems because they reduce the flow of oxygen to the bloodstream.